Fri 27.03.20

CANCELLED: deBuren hebben oren: Tristan

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Not ‘tragic’, but rather ‘magic’... electronica, pop, jazz and young talent!

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deBuren hebben Oren
AB and deBuren, the Flemish-Dutch house of culture & debate, now work together to present a series of tasteful afternoon concerts. Music, sandwiches and soup, right near De Munt / La Monnaie, in the heart of Brussels. Read: the perfect lunch-break. For this first edition, we take a lunch break with none less than musical discovery Tristan.

This artist from Ghent has been hailed by many a music connoisseur as ‘one to watch’. Her latest EP ‘Delidomia’ (released in 2019 via PIAS) signalled the commencement of an upward spiral, one that we would be more than happy to see reach the top. Ambient, pop, jazz, electronica … it’s all of that. Tristan – aka Isolde Van den Bulcke – presents honest and personal music, with song titles that sound unusual but only because they are also so genuine. Isolde is still seeking her own voice with Tristan, but it is already pure pleasure to experience her live.

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In the press ‘Bizar en briljant waren zo goed als synoniemen dinsdagavond in de Handelsbeurs… Ik ken slechts een tiental liedjes van Tristan maar zou haar nu al uit de duizend herkennen.’ (De Morgen)

‘Schrijf de naam Tristan op, ze is een van de meest boeiende artiesten van vandaag.’ (StuBru)



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We are very worried about the situation and want to do our part in minimizing the outbreak of the virus. All the concerts up to and including the 3rd of May will be suspended and if possible postponed to a new date.